The oddest thing just happened!
I sat upon the couch, meditating, not thinking about much of anything. My gaze settled on our windows. Quietly peered through the windows, noticing how they act as frames for nature.
A house filled with snow frames.
Little frames for window art.
Windows unto the black and white soul of winter.
Next thing I knew I careened from the couch to find the Canon Rebel. Now where was he hiding? I rarely even think of him unless the Universe nudges and insists.
With insistence the Universe demanded that these photos be taken–now! Even though it’s barely light here in our Little House in the Big Woods in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Snap, snap, snap.
Admiring the snow, the frames, the windows.
I’ve taken similar pictures in the past five years, but not recently.
Once one snaps photos, one must upload and see if they’re worth six cents of viewing pleasure, right?
So off to the computer I come.
Yes, yes, these are worth showing my dear readers, some of whom rarely view snow.
On a whim–just because it’s a photography blog–I search for the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.
And here’s where it gets utterly amazing!
Guess what the Weekly Photo Challenge is?
I kid you not.
Don’t you love when synchronicity happens?
When Life moves serendipitously?
It makes me believe in miracles, it does. 🙂
The only other photos from the past week proved also to be taken from windows. A car window during our trip to Houghton this week. Might as well show you these, as well.
Don’t be blinded–you’re about to see some COLOR in the next shot.
Tis amazing what one views through windows.
As Cheri wisely shared in the WordPress Photo challenge: “They are portals into the world’s stories.”
Thanks for looking through windows with me.
Enjoy the world’s snowy stories!